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Advanced Performance

This postgraduate year of study offers you a focus on developing your practical skills in a specialist area of instrumental or vocal solo performance, orchestral performance or musical theatre.

Alumni receive a 15% discount on postgraduate courses at Chichester.

For more information please contact Ben Hall (b.hall@chi.ac.uk)

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Entry Requirements/Fees

An honours degree at 2:2 or higher in a related discipline.

International applicants will be required to provide evidence of IELTS 6.5 (with no element less than 6.0) or equivalent.

You will also be required to attend an interview for this course.

Full fee: £3,000

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Course content

As a vocational training in instrumental or vocal performance skills, in orchestral performance skills, or in skills relevant to a development of musical theatre performance, the Advanced Performance programme is intended as a preparation for employment or further advanced training at postgraduate level.

This one year programme can be taken as either a non credit bearing Advanced Performance Course, or as a Postgraduate Certificate in Performance. All students focus their study on a specialist area of instrumental, vocal, orchestral, or musical theatre work.  In particular the programme offers orchestral players an opportunity to engage in a course of study offering significant levels of orchestral rehearsal and performance experience.

Students following the Postgraduate Certificate in Performance will additionally take modules in Performance Portfolio and Lecture Recital.

New for 2018

Advanced Performance (Specialist Vocal pathway)

As a specialist vocational training in vocal performance skills, the Advanced Performance (specialist vocal pathway) is intended as a preparation for employment or further advanced training in voice at postgraduate level.

This one year programme can be taken as either a non credit bearing Advanced Performance Course, or as a Postgraduate Certificate in Performance.

All students focus their study on a specialist area of  vocal performance, usually either musical theatre or classical singing.

In addition to a generous allowance of 1 to 1 singing lessons, all students will benefit from the introduction of:

  • Postgraduate Vocal Performance classes
  • Postgraduate Vocal Performance Concerts
  • Mock auditions
  • Professional performance tools - (Technical help with creating demo CD, publicity head shot and CV writing)
  • Observation of 1 to 1 singing lessons (optional) (students to complete teaching journal)

Students wishing to apply for the non credit bearing Advanced Performance Course please use the application form.

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